Learn how to develop applications with Visual Basic.Antony Peel
The first time at anything is always complicated, therefore, having the right tools in each situation will make things a lot easier, also when it comes to programming and developing your own projects. If you're a beginner programmer or developer and you want to use the popular Visual Basic language you have a tool by Microsoft available called Visual Basic 2012 Express, with which you'll be able to create your applications using the renowned programming language.
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The origin of the Visual Basic language comes directly from another programming language, Basic, that was intended to make it a lot easier to develop and create applications. Visual Basic 2012 Express adds all these advantages and innovations:
- Graphical development environment to make designing easier.
- Large amount of libraries and objects available.
- Create your own Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications.
- IntelliSense support that makes designing quick and effective.
- Includes Visual Basic PowerPack Line, Shape and Data Repeater controls.
Jump into programming with Visual Basic
Visual Basic 2012 Express is one of the best options available for those people that want to get into the world of application development with Visual Basic. Its interface will allow you to work comfortably, flexibly, efficiently and without complications.
If you're thinking about creating applications with Visual Basic, take advantage of this opportunity and download Visual Basic 2012 Express for free.
- Requires an Internet connection to download the required components during the installation.
- Once installed we will have 30 days to register on Microsoft's servers to continue using the program for free.
- It's advisable to burn the image onto a disc for the installation.
- Supports Windows 7 (x86 and x64), Windows 8 (x86 and x64), Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64) and Windows Server 2012 (x64).
- This version of Visual Studio includes Express editions of Visual Basic, Visual C# and Visual C++.